6 A Sudden Blizzard

A Sudden Blizzard

Posted on March 11, 2013 by tim

Two big Siberian cities in Russia are connected by a good road in between. Today you can’t pass there because of nine feet snow. Above you can see it as of now, below – how it used to look in summer.

They say there are already casualties of people buried right in their cars…

Now see the truck and the road sign on the right – usually the road signs are higher than ten eleven feet above the road surface, but now it is almost covered with snow, same as some cars on the road due to the sudden blizzard.
via ria.ru

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6 Responses to “A Sudden Blizzard”

  1. Scud-werfer says:

    thats when you need a tank!!^^

  2. Ded Pihto says:

    it was sudden alright………….because in Russia EVERYTHING is sudden, including inclement whether that can be predicted at least 24 hours in advance nowadays.

  3. Richard S. says:

    Wow! No reliable snow removal equipment. Only remedy?… Time!

  4. Laran says:

    I see one the cars has had its headlight protector removed too use as a shovel.I’m surprised your cars are not equiped with a shovel and some other survival gear in the boot.
    I live in a hot country so I always have a water supply in my car along with a few other things just in case.perhaps these people could have freed their cars enough to corall them for shelter?

  5. Krapik says:

    All They have shovels), but no sense to dig, since snow many kilometers.

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